I would be tempted to keep weighing, to see how low I could get it (not because I want a terribly low BF%, but because it would be funny to pretend I was becoming nothing but muscle over a few minutes). I'm funny like that.
As mentioned, body fat scales can be ridiculously inaccurate. When I get closer to my goal weight I plan to get the caliper test because I know the number my scale is telling me is worthless.
Do something everyday that your future self will thank you for.
Because, unfortunately, the BF calculator on scales like that can't be terribly accurate. If you have a lot of extra water, it can change the reading. That is why calipers or the pool body fat measurements are more accurate. That just gives you a ballpark.
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